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(Off-Market) Kaufman County TX Oil or Minerals Previously for Sale

Oil or Minerals Land Information
Recent listings of oil- and mineral-specific property for sale in Kaufman County, Texas, totaled 221 acres and a combined market value of $2 million. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Kaufman County is oil or mineral property. The average size of oil or mineral property for sale in Kaufman County was 221 acres. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Kaufman County is 203rd in terms of its size. Kaufman County is located in North Texas. First established in 1848, Kaufman county stretches over an impressive 808 square miles and is home to over 103,000 residents. Kaufman has an array of exciting outdoor activities for residents to enjoy. For those who love to dive, Kaufman is home to the Scuba Ranch, a freshwater diving spot that offers a 22 square acre spring-fed lake that allows divers to dive up to 63 feet below the surface. For history buffs, Kaufman offers the Terrell Heritage Museum, a rich museum that offers hidden historical jewels.
Oil or Minerals Land Information
Recent listings of oil- and mineral-specific property for sale in Kaufman County, Texas, totaled 221 acres and a combined market value of $2 million. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Kaufman County is oil or mineral property. The average size of oil or mineral property for sale in Kaufman County was 221 acres. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Kaufman County is 203rd in terms of its size. Kaufman County is located in North Texas. First established in 1848, Kaufman county stretches over an impressive 808 square miles and is home to over 103,000 residents. Kaufman has an array of exciting outdoor activities for residents to enjoy. For those who love to dive, Kaufman is home to the Scuba Ranch, a freshwater diving spot that offers a 22 square acre spring-fed lake that allows divers to dive up to 63 feet below the surface. For history buffs, Kaufman offers the Terrell Heritage Museum, a rich museum that offers hidden historical jewels.